1. trekster's Avatar
    I'm on Gmail and Outlook allows me to keep some amount of email stored locally. I've chosen the biggest reasonable amount: 3 months. I'd like more. But not "since the beginning of time" (i.e. "any time") because I have 30+ GB of messages on my Gmail.

    My previous Android phone allowed me to choose, by number of days, the amount I kept locally stored . I chose 370. (Basically a year's worth).

    Am wondering why Outlook can't do the same. Surely the code needed implement a user-defined number of days for email to be stored locally is just as easy as giving the user a choice of 7 days, 2 weeks, the last month, and the last 3 months (plus "all").
    12-06-2015 05:18 PM
  2. trekster's Avatar
    Am wondering why Outlook can't do the same. Surely the code needed implement a user-defined number of days for email to be stored locally is just as easy as giving the user a choice of 7 days, 2 weeks, the last month, and the last 3 months (plus "all").
    If anything, it'd be EASIER.

    There's no need to give users a choice. Just ask "How many days of email do you want to keep on the phone?"
    12-10-2015 01:21 PM

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